Design Development

We believe you don't have to "settle" for a wood flooring specification. At Sullivan Hardwood Flooring, we are confident that we can give you anything you want in a wood flooring project. Any specie, any design, any texture and any color! To start designing your custom wood flooring project, there are 5 easy steps that will help assist you with in designing your next project.


Select Your Specie.

Sullivan Hardwood Flooring will assist you in making sure you are selecting the proper specie for your project. Our goal is to educate you on the pros and cons of wood species to ensure maximum performance. For your reference, we have a reference guide to the stability and hardness of commonly used wood flooring specie.

Select Your Style.

While a standard plank or strip flooring may be the most common type of wood flooring you may specify, your options with Sullivan Hardwood Flooring do not stop there. We can assist you with an endless amount of style options. Below is a partial list of some additional options we can offer to you.

  • Herringbone

  • Patterns

  • Chevron

  • Medallions

  • Borders

  • Mixed media such as stone + wood or metal + wood

  • Custom Design your own

  • Wall and ceiling applications

Select Type.

Sullivan Hardwood Flooring doesn't just specialize in wood floors, we specialize in ALL TYPES of wood floors. Whether you are looking at solid wood flooring, prefinished wood flooring or engineered wood flooring, we can accommodate your request.

Add Texture.

Adding texture to your wood floor will open up the grain and give your wood flooring more depth and dimension. Following are some of the most common textures we provide to our clients.

  • Handscraped

  • Band Saw Marking or Saw Cut

  • Wire Brushing and Destressing

  • Country Worn

  • Double Handscraped

Select Your Finish

Not every project demands the same type of finish. We value your business and we work to provide you with a finish that will exceed your expectations. We can educate you on the advantages and disadvantages of each type of finish and which one you should consider for your project.

  • Site Finish: Oil based polyurethane, Water based or Hardwax Oil

  • Finished offsite: Prefinished hardwood - Aluminum Oxide Finish or Hardwax Oil

  • Custom blended colors of stain and specialty treatments